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Building and Pest Inspection with Advanced Technology

October 27, 2016 | admin | Building and Pest Inspection | Building and Pest | Building and pest inspection | Building and Pest Inspection Equipment | building and pest inspections

When purchasing property it is essential to have a thorough Building and Pest Inspection done.

With most termite damage and defects being hidden to the naked eye, by the time they are found they tend to be extremely costly to fix. Our job to examine the property and bring all these areas of concern to your attention before your Building and Pest Inspection time frame clause runs out.

We have invested heavily in Technology with each of our teams carrying a;

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Conducive Environment in Building and Pest Inspection

October 19, 2016 | admin | Defect Blog | Building and Pest | building and pest inspections | Termite | Termites

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One of the most important aspects of the Building and Pest Inspection is the reporting of Conducive Environments.

What is a Conducive Environment? Good Question!

Conducive: Adjective – tending to produce, conducing, contribute, helpful, favorable.

These are areas around your property that can attract Timber Pests, namely Termites. The main contributing factor is moisture. Wet or damp wood is a termite favourite and this is why most termite damage is found in wet areas like the laundry and bathroom.

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Timber Retaining Walls and Termites | Love and first bite

October 19, 2016 | admin | Defect Blog | building and pest inspections | Termite | termite activity | termite barrier | termite nest | Termites | timber retaining wall | timber retaining walls | Timber sleeper retaining walls

Damp conditions and direct sunlight make timber retaining walls perfect for Termites

Timber sleeper retaining walls are extremely popular and can be found in most Australian yards, as can Termites.

However nice and neat they look when first installed, timber retaining walls eventually break down and become buffets for Termites. Even treated timber loses it’s protection being exposed to sun and rain. Timber in direct contact with soil often carries high moisture and this the perfect home for a Termite Nest. If building timber retaining walls we suggest thinking ahead and allow sufficient drainage behind and below the wall.

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